Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit?

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Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit?

Post by zenman » Sun May 04, 2014 7:31 am

Hi, Does anyone know the name of Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit? Thanks.

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Re: Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit?

Post by Malcolm » Sun May 04, 2014 1:04 pm

plwk wrote:Krishna Krodhini
No, it is Khrodhakāli, a form of Vajrayogini originally revealed by the Mahāsiddha Virupa and brought to Tibet by Padampa Sangye.
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Post by zenman » Sun May 04, 2014 1:15 pm

Malcolm wrote:
plwk wrote:Krishna Krodhini
No, it is Khrodhakāli, a form of Vajrayogini originally revealed by the Mahāsiddha Virupa and brought to Tibet by Padampa Sangye.
Is Krodhakali a direct translation?

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zenman wrote:
Malcolm wrote:
plwk wrote:Krishna Krodhini
No, it is Khrodhakāli, a form of Vajrayogini originally revealed by the Mahāsiddha Virupa and brought to Tibet by Padampa Sangye.
Is Krodhakali a direct translation?
Yes.
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Post by zenman » Sun May 04, 2014 1:27 pm

Thanks.

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Post by yegyal » Sun May 04, 2014 2:04 pm

Wouldn't it be Krodhikali, as both parts of the name are feminized?

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Post by Malcolm » Sun May 04, 2014 2:07 pm

yegyal wrote:Wouldn't it be Khrodhikali, as both parts of the name are feminized?

Yes, actually.
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Post by plwk » Sun May 04, 2014 2:26 pm

No, it is Khrodhakāli, a form of Vajrayogini originally revealed by the Mahāsiddha Virupa and brought to Tibet by Padampa Sangye.
Thanks Malcolm but what you metioned is also mentioned in the link I gave. So Himalayan Art got the Krishna Krodhini part wrong huh?

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Post by Malcolm » Sun May 04, 2014 2:30 pm

plwk wrote:
No, it is Khrodhakāli, a form of Vajrayogini originally revealed by the Mahāsiddha Virupa and brought to Tibet by Padampa Sangye.
Thanks Malcolm but what you metioned is also mentioned in the link I gave. So Himalayan Art got the Krishna Krodhini part wrong huh?
Yes, I have never seen that equivalent anywhere. There are a lot of mistakes on Himalayan Art actually.
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Re: Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit?

Post by Aemilius » Mon May 05, 2014 8:37 am

Malcolm wrote:
yegyal wrote:Wouldn't it be Khrodhikali, as both parts of the name are feminized?

Yes, actually.
I have been taught that long A, or aa, ending is feminine, like in Taaraa, hence Krodhaa would be feminine too.
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Re: Tröma Nagmo in Sanskrit?

Post by Aemilius » Fri May 16, 2014 8:50 am

yegyal wrote:Wouldn't it be Khrodhikali, as both parts of the name are feminized?

Krodha is adjective, and it takes the gender of the noun Kali, or Kaalii. But the feminine form of krodha is krodhaa, long final A.
Thus it would be Krodhaakaalii.
Some sanskrit adjectives have feminine ending ii, some have feminine aa.
Adjectives in sanskrit do not take the ending of the noun. An example from a sanskrit course: sundarii baalaa "beautiful girl(child)".
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